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What makes Oyama Brisbane's Favourite Japanese Restaurant?

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Australian Good Food & Travel Guide 2012

“The Chef/owner of Oyama in Fortitude Valley, Da Shan Wang, can be rightly proud of his teppanyaki and sushi bar. First established in Sunnybank and now in 'the Valley', he has been wowing Brisbane’s diners with his top quality Japanese cuisine for over twenty years.”

Courier Mail Food and Wine Guide 2011

"Literally 'Big Mountain', a meaning reflected in the generously sized portions. Oyama provides a large selection of Japanese offerings, ranging from specialties like sashimi to stomach-filling udon and soba noodles and donburi (rice bowls)."

Courier Mail Life – Best 5 Japanese Restaurants in Brisbane 2012

“A Brisbane institution, the rowdy staff here are almost as famous as the food - especially the to-die-for tempura prawn Oyama hand roll ($9.80). But it's the Teppanyaki bar that keeps diners coming back. First opened in 1991 in Sunnybank Market Square, Oyama moved to the Valley in 2004 and has established itself as a must-visit for locals and out-of-towners. If you're doing Teppanyaki, you may as well go all out - the Bamboo banquet ($68 per person) should satisfy most appetites but the Pine banquet ($88) is best for the seriously hungry, and swaps eye fillet for lobster.”

Queensland Food and Wine

"The Valley's culinary scene may be known for its assortment of Chinese cheap eats, but Oyama is more representative of the inner city fringe's taste for fast times at celebrity prices."

Courier Mail Food and Wine Guide 2009

"Oyama is a big, friendly space that relies on Valley hubbub to compensate for somewhat drab furnishing and cheerless lighting."

Courier Mail food and wine guide Queensland 2008

"In buzzing Fortitude Valley, Oyama is a calm, friendly oasis where you can linger over elaborate banquets or grab a quick sushi snack."

Brisbane News Dining Out Guide 2007

"It may not be billed as a theatre restaurant, but the moment you enter Oyama you're involved in a performance."

Courier-Mail Good Life Restaurant Guide 2006

"Calm, simplicity and unobtrusive service are the hallmarks of a good Japanese restaurant, and Oyama, in Fortitude Valley, has them all. From the moment you are greeted by the kimono clad waitresses you know that this will be a great experience."

Brisbane News Eating Out Guide 2006

"Da Shan Wang is a Chinese chef who's passionate about Japanese food that excites the senses. His skill with sushi is renowned."

Courier-Mail Goodlife Restaurant Guide 05

"Flamboyant Japanese master chef, restaurateur and opera singer Da Shan Wang moved his popular restaurant from Sunnybank to the Valley, much to the disappointment of Southside dwellers."

The Courier Mail, good life, Lizzie Loel, 27/4/04

“Oyama is about fresh Japanese food cooked lovingly by a true restaurateur and passionate chef.”

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P 07 3257 0738
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A 30 Cathedral Village
   115 Wickham Street
   Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
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  Opening Hours
Monday – Closed
Tuesday to Thursday & Sunday
Lunch 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Dinner 5.30pm – 10.00pm
Friday & Saturday
Lunch 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Dinner 5.30pm – 10.30pm
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